strange behaviour of 'ls'
Fri Apr 8 21:22:00 GMT 2016
Am 08.04.2016 um 20:52 schrieb Achim Gratz:
> Thomas Wolff writes:
>> Like for grep which now barfs out when a character isnât recognized in
>> the current encoding (and grep doesnât even provide an environment
>> variable to override this mis-feature), these assumedly-modern
>> upstream changes are a nuisance.
> You are barking up the wrng tree, please take that upstream.
I was just discussing some background, pointing out this is an upstream
>> For ls at least, it can be fixed with the environment variable
>> QUOTING_STYLE but that isnât even mentioned in the manual page!%Â§â¯
>> â Poor old Unix tradition fades away.
>> What about adding
>> export QUOTING_STYLE=literal
>> to /etc/profile as a fix?
> No, but you're free to do whatever you wish in /etc/profile.d (or lobby
> the coreutils maintiner to provide it with the package, although I'd
> suggest that it shouldn't get installed by default).
I wouldn't ask the maintainer for a change with such an impact without
discussing it in the community first, of course everybody can set up
their own environment anyway.
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